You and I have discussed interpretation of religion and dogma many times, and I see this as an opportunity to do so yet again. Critics would ask how we have any way of knowing how GOD thinks, what His wrath might entail, and what sort of things we would have to do in order to tick Him off.
Lets start with the simple premise that God is Love. I would argue that God is Good, whereas others may argue that God is Complete---being both good and evil. I tend to see evil---even though created and/or allowed to exist by God as a choice that is not to our advantage to make.
Wrath is the result of human disobedience. Some argue that AIDS was an example of Gods wrath and judgement on society but I see it as a natural disease run amok. Some could argue, however, that death and destruction-in general-came about after the Fall.
What is the definition of wrath? Does free will allow for the knowledge of good and evil and the responsibility to avoid wrath?
: strong vengeful anger or indignation
: retributory punishment for an offense or a crime : divine chastisement
Saying, "I don't know," is the same as saying, "Maybe."
One of the major purposes of debate is to help you hone your arguments. Yours are pretty bad. They can use all the honing they can get.